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came to remember detectives baker and butler thousands of members of law enforcement from across the country and state. >> it's the kind of thing you don't know how much you need i it. i really feel like this whole community and this whole state and nation got our back. >>reporter: police chief from another city miller took a training class with detective sergeant baker. >> i remember when we did our class we had to have some video $18 went out and found the 3 stoonls joyed that we used during the class to kind of show people working together. >> oakland police arrived in a contingent with others from alameda county have been lost 4 of their own 4 years ago for oakland this was dopely permanent. >> everybody takes this job seriously and risk our lives every day. something like this happens it really hits home on personal level. start thinking about our own mortality. >> for those who live and work in santa cruz an experience that has been tremendously painful but also union finding. >> motorcade left the city the outpouring from the community is very touching. >> would i say
anthony ash's law offense. >> we do criminal defense work. if we didn't believe in giving people second chances it would be difficult to do that type of work. >> ash says with verse now back in society and gainfully employed he has done his research on christman and feels he is not a threat. >> he is physically infirm. he has not offended since 1989, 25 years a quarter of a century ago and he did go through all of the training. >> reporter: christman has about 16-pages of conditions he has to adhere to to keep residence. gps monitoring random searches and frequent checkins with the sheriff's offense. still the district attorney filed the appeal that he hopes will cause the court to rethink the decision. he said that he wants the court to stay their decision to let him move in until the appeal has a chance to be heard. in bay point o, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >>> red light traffic cameras are on their way out in the city of hayward. the city council voted to remove the cameras at 8 intersections citing a lack of evidence that they reduce broad side accidents and police report an incre
of the past. >> i figure he had paid for the mistake according to the law. >> but on january 11 of this year vallejo police announced. >> our communication center received a phone call from a man later identified as stan worth. >>reporter: he was arrested for killing his 90-year-old mother at his home. while the stan worth case and handful of others certainly troubling they are also the exception. when it comes to former death row inmate and convict murderer who have been granted parole. >> i think it's hard for the public to grasp this. >>reporter: director of the death penalty clinic at uc berkeley bolt school of law. >> people convicted of murder have a better rate of success that is a lower repeat rate, lower repeat crime rate than individual who commit other types of crimes e-2011 stanford study sound repeat rate for parole murderer less than 1% much lower than the 49 percent rate for california parolee. >> they have to have a lot of things in order before they can be relessed. >>reporter: keith is an oakland attorney who represents lifer in prison many of them murderers. he says
. federal law prohibits anyone who has been in prison for more than a year from owning a gun. he served two, one year sentences consecutively and his name didn't appear in criminal databases because he was charged with misdemeanors. he was shot and killed by police shortly after he killed a two detectives. >> memorial for detective butler and sergeant bake her be held thursday at noon at hp pavilion in san jose. >> a salesman recovering tonight after being severely burned today. the fire started around 9:00 this morning at a home on west grant street. they report a man inside suffered second and third-degree burns. investigators don't know what caused that fire. >>> florida officials, rescuers ended their effort to find his boat. they say the area is so unstable it's too risky. here is more on the story. >>> we feel we have done everything we can. >> they nor longer looking for the body as the man slept thursday night and swallowed by a sinkhole. >> it's not possible to recover the body. >> the focus shifts to demolishing the house on sunday on fears that it may cave in any moment. >> they
with the help of at least 14 other law enforcement agency made their move before dawn. targets those they say planning vailt act within the community of oak land. data down officers served 24 high risk search warrants. 20 of them in oak land. two in antioch. one at pacifica and one in brentwood. >> key people we knew involved in shooting violent crime that we targeted for this operation. and those were the people that we went after today. >> in all 12 suspects were arrested. multiple firearms recovered including assault weapons. police say actively searching forfá at least half dozen more suspects believed to have committed or participated in numerous crimes. >> conspiracy to commit murder. attempt murder. assault deadly weapon on police office officer. >> deputy chief gave no details on that attack on the officer. the list of alleged crimes continue and names of the gang police say responsible are familiar. this video was provided to us by the oakland police department. oakland notorious case gang and money team are the targets of o pd operation cease fire. police say the 2 gangs
y violated the first rule you learn in law school. never commit anything to paper. captioning sponsored by universal studios domestic television captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org suze. >> tonight at 9:00. bay area elected official resigns after what he did with taxpayer money. >> attempted kidnapping in the north bay ladies to chase. and crash. >> st. mary's basketball program facing crippling penalty for violating ncaa rules. >> why listing a ban on poaching rhino could be the first step to savin ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to save 5% off every day with your lowe's consumer credit card. 9:00 coming up next. >> good evening. santa clara county supervisor george is explaining and apologizing tonight for how he spent tax dollars. he faces criminal charges and today he resigned. 7 news reporter david has more from san jose. >>reporter: george junior has been elected official for a decade until today. but behind the scenes investigators from the district attorney's office say he was cheating taxpayers and campaign donor by using their mone
of little with is hastings college of the law. >> we should have got an instruction that was correct on manslaughter and the argument here is instruction he got went right. >>reporter: now the california supreme court must decide if the original conviction should be upheld. >> it doesn't matter what instruction he got. right or wrong. the evidence was overwhelm that go it was sec degree murder and we shouldn't reverse the conviction. >> i think it send a message that domestic violence in itself is not a serious or that there may be provocation from certain things that victim could say that would somehow make her death more understandable and certainly we find that concerning. >>reporter: court has 90 days to decide. in san francisco, lee ann, abc 7 news. >> there is much more to come tonight here at 9. coming up next. bay area city where parking is at a premium and now a new idea for keeping drivers in line. >> how long does it take you to get to work. you may a mega commuter. explain this commuter. explain this distinction next you have. >> gourmet meal on budget. 7 on yo
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